Wintergreen Resort located in Virginia’s Blue Ridge Mountains. It’s a premier ski resort that makes a ski vacation the perfect retreat whether you go often or just once in the season.
Skiing builds an appetite. Feed your appetite with the eats at Wintergreen’s The Edge, a family dining and nightlight hotspot in one.
This casual and family-friendly restaurant offers dining with a rustic mountain flare. Savor a complete menu of tempting appetizers, seasonal salads, flavorful sandwiches and hearty entrees; all served with the best view of the mountain. The energetic bar is the place to be when the sun sets with live music offered seasonally.
The kiddos loved the atmosphere and enjoyed the bench created from snowboards.
During our stay at Wintergreen Resort, we dined one evening at The Edge.
We started with tempting appetizers.
The Loggers Tortilla Spring Rolls. Created with chicken, pepper jack cheese, jalapeños, chili peppers, black beans, spinach, corn, cilantro, garlic, salsa, and sour cream.
We also tried the Crab Dip served with hot Pita chips.
The chicken wings are smothered in the most delicious, finger-licking sauce.
These chicken wings are delicious in their sweet Thai sauce.
You can make a meal out of the Nachos.
Tortilla Chips piled high with chili, cheese sauce, jalapeños, Pico de Gallo, salsa, guacamole, and sour cream.
We followed with American fare of burgers.
The Smoke House burger features smoked Gouda, bacon, Cola BBQ sauce,
caramelized onion piled high on a Pretzel Bun. It’s served with french fries.
The Mushroom Swiss burger offers to tempt tastebuds with mushrooms, Swiss cheese, demi-glaze served on a Brioche Bun, also served with French Fries.
There are sandwiches galore.
My husband loved the Turkey Chute Club. It’s grilled sliced turkey, brie cheese, bacon, lettuce, tomato, and a gourmet cranberry mayonnaise all nestled between wheat bread served with potato chips.
I’m a fan of the Cliffhanger sandwich.
The Cliffhanger is a delicious sliced prime rib, cola BBQ, smoked Gouda cheese, cole slaw, and tomato all layered on an Amorosa Sub roll. It’s accompanied by a sliced pickle spear and potato chips.
The Edge also offers pasta. We found the Baked Ziti to be a delicious choice.
The Baked Ziti is filled with ziti, seasoned ground beef, sundried tomato pesto and topped with fresh mozzarella.
William will recommend the signature Black Rock Sundae.
This sundae is rich with hot fudge brownie, chocolate ice cream, whipped cream and toasted almonds, chocolate sauce all topped with a cherry!
MacKenzie will argue its the Donut Sundae you should try.
I may agree with MacKenzie. The Edge’s Donut Sundae is a warm cake batter donut with vanilla icing, topped with vanilla ice cream, caramel, whipped cream, rainbow sprinkles and a cherry!
The pricing is reasonable and the servings are hardy. The food is an excellent smorgasbord to fuel you after a day on the slopes.
Visit Wintergreen Resort and get your eat on at The Edge.
Wintergreen Resort also offers breakfast and Mediterranean menu choices at The Copper Mine.